Emmanuel Carjat, managing director, TMX Atrium
"Amsterdam has a rich history of options trading and we anticipate this will continue as more options move to electronic trading."
London - TMX Atrium has announced the completion of an upgraded connectivity path from Frankfurt into Amsterdam. The enhanced path will enable clients to trade between the liquidity centres of Frankfurt and Amsterdam, as well as out to locations such as Moscow and London.
In Q1 2013, TMX Atrium completed Moscow route enhancements including an upgraded low latency path between London, Stockholm and Moscow and on the 25th September, announced their build out to Moscow from Frankfurt FR2. This series of on-going upgrades enable TMX Atrium clients to utilise diverse paths into and out of the major liquidity centres in Western, Central and Eastern Europe.
Emmanuel Carjat, Managing Director, TMX Atrium said, "Amsterdam has a rich history of options trading and we anticipate this will continue as more options move to electronic trading. Clients located in Amsterdam can access key liquidity centres and markets located around Europe and across to North America."